Battenkill Log Cabin Quilt

Our log cabin quilts are the highest quality.


  • Log cabin quilt design has a classic geometric pattern with a contemporary mix of yarn-dyed tartans
  • Backed with a crisp green tartan plaid
  • An Orvis exclusive
  • Pure cotton
  • Washable


  • Twin 65" x 85"
  • Full/Queen 85" x 95"
  • King 105" x 95"
  • Sham 21" x 27"

The Battenkill River meanders through our little slice of Vermont, providing inspiration through the seasons, not to mention a fair bit of fly-fishing, too. This beautiful log cabin quilt in sage greens and burgundies was inspired by the colors of the Battenkill and its environs. Shams sold separately. Imported.


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The Tradition of the Quilt

Provence QuiltToday they hang as masterpieces of American art in prestigious museums such as the Smithsonian Institute in Washington, DC and the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City. They are revered the world over for their composition, creativity, and color. But the quilt’s origins are neither American nor particularly prestigious.

The Origins of "Quilt"

A quilt, by definition, is simply two layers of cloth stitched together with a soft filling. Though mainly known today as bedcoverings, the word quilt is thought to come from the Latin culcita, meaning literally a "stuffed sack," or mattress.

The Early History of Quilts

Quilts may have made their way to Europe on the return trips of the Crusaders. But whatever their route, by the 17th century quilted clothing and quilted bedcovers had become popular in Europe and the tradition naturally immigrated to America. It was there that the tradition of quilting was raised to an art form with the quilting explosion of the mid 1800s. Perhaps no group of quilters epitomized the quilting revolution more than Amish.

The Amish and Quilting

Considering their separatist nature, it is not surprising that most Amish came to quilting later than other American women. But what we may find surprising is that this conservative group pioneered the use of vibrant, sometimes shocking color combinations. And it was the Amish, when quilting waned in the years following World War II, who helped keep the tradition alive.

Because they approach change gradually, Amish quilters have helped keep alive some of America’s most beloved and traditional patterns, including Sunshine and Shadow, Around the World, Diamond in the Square, and the multi-hued Roman Stripe.

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  • Twin $169
  • Full/Queen $198
  • King $219
  • Sham, each $39
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